How to duplicate font from a PDF file

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How does one duplicate font desired from a pdf file and transfer the same to a word document without any slight change of the font style andsize?

 
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How to duplicate font from a PDF file

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That is pretty hard since when you copy a text from a pdf file then paste in MS word, the copied text follows the format implemented at your MS word. You have to implement the trial and error way just to have the same format. It is actually pretty easy since the MS Word shows how the text would look like just by scrolling at the font styles.

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How to duplicate font from a PDF file

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Hi Halleleilani2,

      You can try to use PDF Fixup Profile, this is a Preflight tool that has embedded fonts these fonts does not need installation so it is easier to embed it. Since the possibility of importing the font from pdf with no changes on size in style may not be possible since two programs has different Unicode tables, if only they are using a standard mapping then mere copy paste can do the trick.

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